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Sand Hill Cemetery
Verona, Oneida County, New York

Contributed by Kathleen Last, Oct 18, 2000 [kllast@juno.com]. Total records = 15.

This cemetery is located on Sand Hill Road, a short distance from Rte. 31. It sits on a knoll just off the road but is not visible from the road. Access to the cemetery is blocked by dead limbs and brush piled against the bank on the side of the cemetery. By climbing up the bank off the road you can get into the cemetery but it is overgrown with trees and shrubs, as is the cemetery.There are many trees lying on the ground and it is impossible to walk the whole area. Two stones were found and copied by Kathleen Last and Virginia Ackerman on Aug 09, 2000. These two are indicated with an *. The rest of the list was taken from a DAR listing done by Mary Louise Seymour in Apr 1934, which was copied from records of L. S. Abrams.

Barber, Elijah, d. Aug. 4, 1867 age 53 yrs 3 mos
Barber, Nancy Ann, d. Aug 13, 1858 age 38 yrs 5 mos
Barber, Robinson K., d. Jun 29, 1856 age 37 yrs 5 mos 16 dys
Field, Belinda, d. Sep 5, 1884 age 75 yrs 5 mos 5 dys
Field, Elmira, d. Sep 10, 1834 age 1 yr 2 mos 4 dys , dau of Hiram & Belinda Field *
Field, Hiram, d. Jul 2, 1859 age 53 yrs 4 mos 14 dys
Gray, Huldah, d. Dec. 23, 1872 age 75 yrs
Gray, Lewis, d. May 19, 1854 age 61 yrs 1 mo 17 dys
Gray, Loren, d. Sep. 14, 1853 age 34 yrs 5 mos
Hall, Billly, d. Apr. 19, 1851 age 70 yrs 25 dys
Hall, Sally, d. Feb 2, 1816 age 62 yrs 10 mos 11 dys
Swan, Dennis, d. Apr. 11, 1834 age 18 yrs 9 mos
Tuttle, John, d. Mar. 27, 1856 age 72 yrs *
Tuttle, Roxa Irene, d. Apr. 20, 1856 age 67 yrs 11 mos
Webster, Elizabeth, d. Dec. 1, 1856 age 49 yrs 3 mos 5 dys, wife of Justin Webster

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